Publishing openly provides greater exposure, boosts prospects and can lead to more citations, says Erin McKiernan
We spend years teaching our children to share. Yet from the moment students enter academia, we discourage it. Lock up your work in prestigious subscription journals; keep your data close to your chest; compete instead of collaborate – these are the messages transmitted by peers and mentors. These are the tenets of our unhealthy academic culture. We need to change our priorities.
Open Education = Open Research? Research behind the paywall vs research delivered by keyword search on Google or Bing?